Luis Salgado was born and raised in Puerto Rico and studied theater there at the University of Puerto Rico. He moved to New York City in 2012 and it was slow going at first for him to book work. But eventually things started to click for him and his career as featured as many credits on stage as off stage, behind the scenes, in addition to film and television work.
But this year has not been kind to so many artists, and work has come to a grinding halt. And so Luis brought himself and his family back to Puerto Rico during this pandemic. And being back has give him a chance to connect with others around all Latin America.
You see, back in 2008 while he was performing his Broadway debut with in the Heights, Luis began a nonprofit organization called Revolucion Latina. Their mission is to activate individuals and promote human growth through artistic experiences they can lead to personal transformation and social change within the Latinx community. And so with his performing career on hold, Luis has been able to focus solely on his organization and reaching out to others.
"Bom Jardim" by Lobo Loco "Latin Rhythm" by Sunsearcher "Hot Salsa Trip" by Arsonist "Escape" (Karaoke Track) by Rupert Holmes "True Blue Sky" and "Copley Beat" by Blue Dot Sessions "Smooth Actor" by Podington Bear "Ayer" (Karaoke Track) - Gloria and Emilio Estefán "Somewhere Nice" by John Bartman "Meekness" by Kai Engel